Clinical Experience:

Cameron earned his Physiotherapy degree from LaTrobe University, Melbourne, in 1996.

Starting his career at a specialist sports injuries clinic in Melbourne, Cameron spent two years there before relocating to the UK for an outpatient role at the John Radcliffe Hospital. During this time, he also served as the physiotherapist for the Oxford University Boat Club during their successful 2000 boat race campaign.

A subsequent return to Australia saw Cameron join one of Melbourne’s premier sports and spinal injuries clinics. However, meeting his future wife changed his plans and he was persuaded to move back to the UK. In 2007 he founded West London Physiotherapy, with the aim of building London’s leading physiotherapy clinic.

Over the span of his 25 year career, Cameron has helped elite athletes from diverse disciplines, ranging from grand slam champions and European tour golfers to county cricketers and professional rugby players. In 2008, he was the principal physiotherapist for the London Marathon.

In 2014 he became one of the UK’s first Physiotherapy Independent Medication Prescribers.

These days Cameron’s primary clinical interests lie in addressing persistent knee pain and recurrent back pain, along with more complex musculoskeletal problems.  He’s also passionate about promoting active ageing and enhancing the overall well-being of his patients. Known for his straightforward approach to care, Cameron places immense value on understanding his patients’ history, along with a thorough physical examination to help uncover the root cause of their issues.

Educational Background:

Bachelor Physiotherapy, LaTrobe University, Melbourne.

PG Cert Independent Prescribing, London South Bank University


When not in the clinic or chauffeuring his kids around town, you'll usually find him out on Wandsworth common walking his dog or coaching his son's football or cricket team. If he has a few hours to spare you might just find him on a golf course.

Biggest claim to fame?

As an 11 year old I played on the MCG in front of 100,000 people (see evidence below). I peaked too early.

What do you do for exercise?

Ideally 2 sessions of resistance training in the gym each week, a couple of 5km runs, a game of tennis or padel, and if I'm lucky a round of golf.

You're favourite holiday destination?

Either skiing in the Dolomites, or body surfing off the South coast of Australia.

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